1. Rent – One of the most basic ways to make money from property investing is to rent out your investment property.
2. Buy-to-let – Buy-to-let is a popular way of investing in property. You purchase a property and then rent it out to generate a monthly income.
3. Fix and flip – Fix and flipping involves buying a property, carrying out renovations and then selling it for a profit.
4. House-sitting – You can make money from property investments and save on rent by house-sitting for another party.
5. Multi-unit buildings – Investing in multi-unit buildings can provide you with a steady stream of rental income from the different units.
6. Short-term rentals – Invest in properties to be used for short-term rentals such as Airbnb or other similar services.
7. Property management – If you don’t want to be a landlord, you can hire someone to manage the property for you and take a percentage of the rental income.
8. Commercial properties – Commercial properties can provide a steady income depending on the location and demand for space.
9. Reverse mortgages – Invest in properties with a reverse mortgage to benefit from tax deductions and steady income.
10. Foreclosures – Foreclosures are properties taken over by the bank. They can be an opportunity to buy a property at a discount.
11. Landlording – Landlording involves owning one or more rental properties which you manage on your own.
12. Investment funds – Invest in property through investment funds to benefit from an experienced team of experts.
13. Real estate investment trusts (REITs) – Invest in Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) to get exposure to the property market without having to own property.
14. Real estate crowdfunding – Invest in real estate through platforms that allow you to invest in multiple properties without having to own them.
15. Property appreciation – If you pick the right property in the right location it can increase in value due to market forces and property appreciation.
16. Tax breaks – Investing in property can provide significant tax breaks in certain locations.
17. Joint ventures – Jointly investing in property can provide a larger pool of resources as well as shared responsibilities.
18. Rent to own – Invest in a property, rent it out and then sell it to the tenant during the tenancy period.
19. Fractional ownership – Invest in fractional ownership of property to benefit from a share of the profits at a lower risk.
20. Developing properties – Invest in developing property to benefit from the potential profits of the finished product.